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approximately dennis van rockyleal creating great public schools for every student in america. tcpi out more about their good work at ner.org out there on the forefront of many issues today and always fighting for kids and for parents and teachers talking about paul ryan releasing his budget, dead on arrival. not one new idea in it. the camesame ol' crap as in last year's budget. all of which was rejected by american votesers in november of 2012. yet paul ryan is considered a hero, a serious thinker for putting forth this piece of crap. peter, what's going on? >> quick story from outside the belt wraifrnlths, bill. we talk a lot about the marijuana lawway, bill. we talk a lot about the marijuana law in an interview with the denver post nancy pelosi said the federal government should regulation expect the laws in colorado and basically, let's stop fighting it. the people have spoken. they want recreational marijuana. she said the state has spoken. the law has been pass did. there aretion issues with taxation regulation and we need to get on with it.
by the national education association. yes, the good men and women of the nea under president dennis van roekel making a difference in america's classrooms every day and creating great public schools for every student in the country. you can find out more about all, work they are doing at nea.org. nea.org. that's their website. in studio with us congress woman jan schakowsky who wants you to choose we are asking you to choose in terms of whether you want to continue wasteful spending in your opinion the tax code. we want more on how people can tune in. >> you mentioned the hash tag, youchoose on twitter. people are already chiming in to weigh in on that that have heard about this on the show. a couple of comments on tax loopholes hash tag, you choose. benefit only the wealthy and multi-national corporations. a comment from sam on twitter where we are tweeting @bp show. the wealthy like the koch brothers should look at history when you exploit the workers, you do so at your own peril. >> warning. >> absolutely. 750 jobs lost because of the sequester is the est
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